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wider range of applications, where reliability from a robust device is essential.


Geeplus www.geeplus.com


Adaptable and reliable luer valves


IntroPro monitors occlusion in soft tubing accurately and non-invasively.


The MLVs are currently available in four configurations.


Halkey-Roberts Robertsite male luer valves (MLVs) are ideal for flushing and drainage applications, IV solutions and home healthcare. They incorporate proven valve technology, are high flow, and eliminate dripping and leakage when disconnected, with no clamping required. The MLVs are currently available in four configurations: female luer lock, a 0.125in barb, a 4mm tube port and a 6.6mm tube port. They are designed to attach directly to tubing. The MLV with female luer lock can be attached directly to a syringe or male luer connector. All four valves can be used to access a mating female luer connector or luer-activated valve. The MLVs are made of a clear polycarbonate body, a clear silicone valve stem, and a clear polypropylene luer and retainer. All materials are gamma-resistant, ISO 10993-compliant, DEHP-free and are made without natural rubber latex. The male luer is compatible with ISO 80369-7.


Halkey-Roberts www.halkeyroberts.com


When contact is not an option Introtek’s IntroPro non-invasive occlusion free-entry detection devices accurately monitors


tubing occlusion in soft tubing. When tubing within an application becomes blocked (occluded), the result is a change in pressure within the tube. These variations in tubing pressure are detected using a passive device output non- invasively with the free-entry IntroPro Occlusion Detector. This type of detection is considered critical in improving processes for various applications. Some of the product highlights include: ■ non-invasive and compact design with durable housing


■ versatile output signal that corresponds to tubing occlusion


■ factory calibrated and maintenance-free


■ simple uni-body construction with no moving parts


■ low cost.


IntroPro also ranges multiple applications, such as medical devices, clinical laboratories, pharmaceutical manufacturing, automated packaging, liquid and chemical dispensing, and food and beverage processes.


Introtek https://introtek.com


Motion control and counterbalancing through precision spring products John Evans’ Sons is ‘America’s oldest springmaker’. Founded in 1850, it manufactures precision springs, wire forms, mechanical assemblies and stampings. The company is a leading manufacturer for the medical equipment industry and has provided spring assemblies for many of the


Medical Device Developments / www.nsmedicaldevices.com


John Evans’ Sons serves many of the world’s largest medical companies.


world’s largest medical corporations. Evans’ quality assurance procedures have been surveyed and approved by more than 300 of the world’s largest corporations. By employing ISO 13485:2003 and ISO 9001:2008, in conjunction with cutting-edge inspection and calibration systems, it can ensure that customers’ most exacting requirements are met. The engineering group consists of skilled professionals with broad experience in the design and development of all types of springs. The group is backed by an unusually high level of expertise – due to having more than 160 years in business in total – and the latest in spring manufacturing equipment. The company provides three different types of spring: ■ Constant-force springs provide a smooth range of motion and a constant load in the extending or retracting direction. This spring design has no inertia to overcome when considering the initial- position starting forces. Constant-force springs are compact and mount easily to existing hardware.


■ Spiral torsion springs allow rotation in two directions and a ‘return to centre’ capability. Spiral torsion springs are normally used in applications requiring less than 360° rotation. They are generally used to obtain a large amount of torque with a small amount of rotation.


■ Spring-powered reels – arbor and base-mounted – are available with a wide range of force, cable lengths


and travel. The spring- powered reels mount easily, come with pre-installed cables and attach quickly.


John Evans’ Sons is eager to discuss the design requirements and spring challenges in clients’ various design and prototype phases. Many choices of springs and reels are stock items that can be shipped quickly to aid in product evaluations.


John Evans’ Sons www.springcompany.com


Interconnection expert


Keystone manufactures products suitable for a huge range of applications.


For more than 75 years, Keystone Electronics has been manufacturing quality interconnect components and hardware for original equipment designers and engineers worldwide. Be it portable ultrasound devices, defibrillators, implantable pacemakers or mobile electrosurgical instruments, Keystone’s precision capabilities reach the highest standards. While its full line of catalogue-M70 products meet most standard requirements, modifications and custom fabrications are manufactured to meet special needs. Keystone’s engineering team uses manufacturing equipment, including progressive dies, four-slide stamping, wire-forming, in-die tapping and high-speed blanking, along with automated machining, to produce tight tolerance standards and custom products:


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